Love Pants For Water - Poem by Patricia Kelley
Love Pants for Water
You cannot arose or awaken love until it so desires.
Even a newborn fawn waits to have its eyes open.
Your eyes have to be open when love arrives, or it
Can pass you by, like a soft breeze in the night passing,
Leaving you with a sigh!
You cannot arouse or awaken love until it so desires,
The desire has to be reaching into two hearts.
Even though the desire burns in you, like the deer pants for water.
Your soul pants for love, leaving you thirsty.
Love moves in its own direction looking for correction, love moves freely
Touching all that it touches, like a stream of water it flows, following direction as the streams
Of water move its course, you wait for the collision of two bodies to meet. When love meets, there is no stopping the collision course; two souls collide with waves of emotion hitting both sides. You are not left alone panting for water when true love arrives.
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